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Sport Australia: An ambitious plan to revive the Tasmania Tiger

06:30  17 august  2022
06:30  17 august  2022 Source:   lepoint.fr

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V Erra soon thylacines in Australia? This marsupial, also called tiger of Tasmania , has completely disappeared from the surface of the globe 85 years ago. Today there is of this stealthy beast that a dozen video sequences, silent and in black and white but recently colorized, which, put end to end, represent three minutes of images.

The last known specimen died in a Hobart zoo, capital of Tasmania, in Australia , while the other tigers of the island had been exterminated by intensive hunting. According to a team of researchers who published a report in 2017, the Tasmania Tiger was condemned long before man started to chase him because this mysterious Australian animal was in poor genetic health of thousands of years before his extinction.

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of first specimens within ten years

It is with all this information that the University of Melbourne announces its intention to associate itself with an American biotechnology company to develop the genetic catering of this extinct animal, a plan which should cost several million dollars. According to our colleagues from the Guardian , the researchers hope to be able to recreate several specimen and reintroduce them in Tasmania, in their natural habitat.

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The University of Melbourne has already received a donation of $ 5 million (4.9 million euros) for the foundation of a laboratory dedicated to the " Dextinction "of the Tasmania Tiger. To do this, scientists sequenced the genome of a young specimen kept at Melbourne museums. Researchers intend to use stem cells withdrawn from a similar DNA animal, the oily tail dunnart, to transform them into thylacine cells and reach, within ten years, to see the first specimens come to life.

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